SMOKING CIGARETTES
Smoking Smoking is the inhalation of the smoke of  burning tobacco encased in  cigarettes, pipes, and cigars. Smoking af...
Major Effects Cancer            Female infertility Pulmonary         Psychological Cardiovascular    In pregnancy an...
Cancer-LUNG CANCER
Cancer-KIDNEY CANCER
Cancer-LARYNGEAL CANCER
Cancer-ORAL CANCER
Pulmonary-BRONCHITIS
Pulmonary-EMPHYSEMA
Cardiovascular-ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Cardiovascular-PERIPHERAL    VASCULAR DISEASE
Dental Correlation Tobacco smoking is linked to a detrimental  impact on oral health. Tobacco can be  consumed through th...
Oral conditions associated withtobacco useOral precancerous lesions         Periodontal diseases• Leukoplakia             ...
Oral precancerous lesionsLEUKOPLAKIA       ERYTHROPLAKIA
Oral cancers
Periodontal Diseases
Second-hand smoke Secondhand smoke exposure causes disease  and premature death in children and adults who do  not smoke....
Treatment Treatment of the many diseases and conditions associated with smoking is dependent upon the extent and severity...
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cigarette smoking ~ launico

  1. 1. SMOKING CIGARETTES
  2. 2. Smoking Smoking is the inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco encased in cigarettes, pipes, and cigars. Smoking affect everything from the internal functioning of organs to the efficiency of the bodys immune system.
  3. 3. Major Effects Cancer  Female infertility Pulmonary  Psychological Cardiovascular  In pregnancy and sex Renal Influenza Oral Infection Impotence
  4. 4. Cancer-LUNG CANCER
  5. 5. Cancer-KIDNEY CANCER
  6. 6. Cancer-LARYNGEAL CANCER
  7. 7. Cancer-ORAL CANCER
  8. 8. Pulmonary-BRONCHITIS
  9. 9. Pulmonary-EMPHYSEMA
  10. 10. Cardiovascular-ATHEROSCLEROSIS
  11. 11. Cardiovascular-PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE
  12. 12. Dental Correlation Tobacco smoking is linked to a detrimental impact on oral health. Tobacco can be consumed through the mouth in a variety of forms, varied from smoking to smokeless tobacco. These may induce a variety of oral manifestations of diseases.
  13. 13. Oral conditions associated withtobacco useOral precancerous lesions Periodontal diseases• Leukoplakia • Increased plaque and calculus• Erythroplakia depositions• Smokeless tobacco keratosis • IschaemiaOral cancers • Gingival inflammationSquamous cell carcinomas of the • Periodontal pockets• Tongue • Gingival recession• Floor of the mouth • Alveolar bone loss• Lip Root caries• Gingiva Peri-implantitisVerrucous carcinomas of the Halitosis• Buccal mucosa Taste derangement• Gingiva Stained teeth and restorations• Alveolar ridge
  14. 14. Oral precancerous lesionsLEUKOPLAKIA ERYTHROPLAKIA
  15. 15. Oral cancers
  16. 16. Periodontal Diseases
  17. 17. Second-hand smoke Secondhand smoke exposure causes disease and premature death in children and adults who do not smoke. Children exposed to secondhand smoke are at an increased risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), acute respiratory infections, ear problems, and more severe asthma. Smoking by parents causes respiratory symptoms and slows lung growth in their children. Exposure of adults to secondhand smoke has immediate adverse effects on the cardiovascular system and causes coronary heart disease and lung cancer.
  18. 18. Treatment Treatment of the many diseases and conditions associated with smoking is dependent upon the extent and severity of the condition. Treatments are numerous, varied and are best done in consultation with the individuals primary care physician and associated caregivers .

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